School of Criminal Justice
Professional who are deeply committed to uphold and understand the law are important to preserve the democratic society. The University of BayFord seeks to encourage students who are hard-wired with a sense of honesty, integrity and fairness, and prepare them for rewarding and productive careers in law enforcement and social service.
As the study of criminal justice is closely related to sociology, its majors explore everything from the causes of crime and deviance to criminal courts. The content of courses cover issues related to alcohol and drugs, gender and race and mental health.
The criminal justice major at university of BayFord prepares students for a wide variety of careers. The emphasis on theory and research practice together with the use of computer and internet technology assist students develop practical skills that are significant in the job search. Graduates of Criminal justice have secured jobs in law enforcement fields such as corrections, police, courts and probation; in management and administrative positions in the field of criminal justice and law enforcement; & the law and paralegal occupations.